Monday, June 6, 2016

Enhance Mental Capabilities with Sound Technology?! Revolutioner!

A lot of newer things I come across flit by in a stream of 'meh.' Every once in awhile though, some of the things I come across interest me not only because they have a new and different feel to them, but also because they somehow feel comfortable too, and seem to make some kind of sense. So...when I came across a company called Revolutioner, who claims you can enhance mental capabilities in areas such as business, sports and academics, with sound, I took notice and listened (you know that pun was not intended ;) ). I know certain sounds soothe me, while others energize me, and sometimes too, certain sounds can just out-and-out annoy me. Depending on the sounds at hand, my productivity really can be diminished or enhanced. So hearing that there is a soundtrack series out there that can help enhance my life in many areas, if I choose to listen to it does really catch my attention.

So what is Revolutioner? It is a membership program that claims to enhance the human brain through specifically created audio soundtracks. With the notation that research studies have proven over and over again, that highly successful people have brainwave patterns that differ from your everyday Joe, they have set out to find ways to create sound that will replicate those successful patterns and put them in a soundtrack to be used by you.

Revolutioner has taken the research developed in neuroscience over the last few decades and used those findings to help create their subscription program. With this product, certain brainwave frequencies will be stimulated through their very carefully designed audio soundtracks.

It doesn't take a lot of time out of your day to use Revolutioner. The soundtracks are each 12 minutes long, and are designed specifically to help stimulate your brain. Each soundtrack is different, resting in the theory that the brain responds well to variation. The goal of each soundtrack is to help the individual using it to be able to maximize his or her performance as a direct response to the sound patterns created. Pretty sure I'd have loved a free trail of this when I was working on the research for my dissertation, OR when I was in my last graduate-level Statistics class (that class was h.a.r.d.).

School is not the only area where I could benefit from working at my maximum potential. In fact, there are not many areas in my life where I could not stand to benefit from this type of product/service. Revolutioner claims that you will notice a difference after time, but even after the first use you will notice a change. That's good, because I like fast results (I'm not adverse to slow ones either, but I do sometimes appreciate instant gratification). Like I said, it's something that has me curious. I did see where they are offering a free trial to test it out. I'm thinking maybe that's something I might do. Can't hurt right? It might just end up being one of the coolest things I'll ever do.

You can learn more about Revolutioner by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.

22 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

Hmm that is neat indeed. I read a while back the sounds work better in kids than adults as they are still developing.

blythe32 said...

I'm so curious about Revolutioner. I use sounds to help me sleep, but never thought about using them to improve the old noggin.

adriana nudo said...

Wow this is awesome! I've never heard of this but sounds like it's awesome!

Liz mays said...

What a cool idea. It would be fun to see how this works. I definitely wish I had better focus.

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

I have never heard of this Revolutioner until now. I was just wondering if this would help my husband to get over his insomnia. I will have to check this out. Thanks for sharing.

Elizabeth O. said...

This is the first time I've heard of this and it sounds interesting. It's perfect for students and for those who are working. I think it's going to be very useful.

Karlaroundtheworld | Karla said...

Very interesting. It sounds like the brainchild of a frustrated conservatory graduate and a depressed doctor, working together for a way to heal people through healthy sounds. This might really be a start of a good revolution.

Shabby Chic Boho said...

This is so neat, I have always had success with Abby when it comes to sounds. I like fast results.

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement said...

This kind of science and technology fascinates me! Even though we've been studying brains for hundreds of years now our brains are still such a mystery. I definitely would love to give this a look and see what it's all about!

Life With Kathy said...

This sounds really interesting. I may have to try it out. I think it would be fun to see how this all works. I like that all the soundtracks are different too. Very neat idea.

Nikki said...

Wow, sounds amazing. I never heard of Revolutioner but I am impressed with its capabilities. Hope this helps a lot of people.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I just learned that 65% of Ulcerative Colitis sufferers experience memory loss. I am pretty sure I am in that percentile. I wonder if this would help improve my memory. I certainly don't want Alzheimer's on top of everything else I have to deal with.

Amy @ Marvelous Mommy said...

I have never tried the Revolutioner, but I'm always listening to music. I'm always more productive when I have something to listen to.

lori felix said...

Since most days I feel like I'm losing my mind, I could definitely use something that enhances my mental capabilities. I'll have to check out Revolutioner to see what type of audio soundtracks they can provide for me.

Becca Wilson said...

Revolutioner sounds like a great program! I know that hearing problems run in my husband's family, so this is great there is something out there like this.

Nicole Escat said...

It is good to know that science come up with something like this. This is a must especially if we have a lot of mental activities.

Aziel Morte said...

Never heard about this but it really sounds awesome.

Melissa Bernardo said...

I have never heard of this. Sounds interesting!

Angela Ricardo Bethea said...

That sounds absolutely amazing! Would definitely love to know more about this innovation.

Anosa Malanga said...

So basically smart people what different brain waves to your everyday joe and the revolutioniser can be used on everyday joes to improve brain function?

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

It's interesting how sound can enhance your feelings huh? It's the first time I've heard that sound can also enhance mental capabilities.

~ Noelle said...

this sounds neat. Would be great for the sleepless nights... or when broxton is doing homework. will need to check it out. Thanks